Legal Articles, Landlord-Tenant

Landlord Harassment Explained

It is important for renters to fully understand what it means, and how to identify situations that may very well be considered harassment.

Landlords Have Rights Too

The good news is landlords have rights too, and if you need to pursue the tenant, you can.

More Things To Consider Before Signing An Apartment Lease

Renting a new apartment can be an incredibly exciting time in your life. However, it does not make sense to jump right into signing the lease without making sure that it will not come back to haunt you in the future.

Tips For Dealing With Awful Tenants (Part 2)

Being a landlord is not an easy job. The good news is that there are things you can do in order to make your life easier.

Tips For Dealing With Awful Tenants (Part 1)

Being a landlord is not an easy job. The good news is that there are things you can do in order to make your life easier.

A Few Things You Should Know About Tenant Rights

The relationship between you and your landlord can get tense when things go wrong. The good news is that you have rights as a renter in Massachusetts.

Things To Consider Before Signing An Apartment Lease

Before you make a commitment, it is important to be sure that you know exactly what you are getting into.

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announce that the Brothers of a Burn Victim have Sued a Mobile Home Park Owner for the Death of their Sister

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announces that a Burn Victim Died After a 65 Day Fight for Her Life and Brothers Sued Landowners.

Plaintiff Claimed Hotel Failed to protect Concrete Walkway

Attorneys Alex Galindo and Richard Wynn with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP Announces Orange County Jury Awards $1,600,000 in Personal Injury Claim in the matter entitled Khuong Nguyen v. Peninsula Hotel Management, LLC dba Ramada Plaza Hotel and Dzung Truong, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2010-00387330.

When It Comes to Contracts, Is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

Dealing with the current situation is hard enough on ourselves and our loved ones. But what if you entered into a contract, or are a landlord or tenant facing difficult uncertain times? Can you get out of the contract? Can your tenant? Can a seller or buyer? The question is, when It Comes to Contracts, is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

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